The Indian Shores Police Department
The Indian Shores Police Department serves a population of more than 12,000 residents who are living in the town of Indian Shores and Redington Shores in Pinellas County, FL. The agency was created in 1964. Currently, Chief Hughes serves as the Chief of Police. Indian Shores and Redington Shores are beach-front communities situated on a barrier island west of Seminole.
Most arrests by the Indian Shores Police Department are made by officers in the uniformed patrol division. The patrol officers in Indian Shores use marked and unmarked patrol cars, sport utility vehicles, and utilize all terrain (ATV) style vehicles.
According to the Police Applicant Screening Service (PASS) Salary Survey, the 2017 salary ranges for the Indian Shores Police Department is a minimum of $39,803 and a maximum of $55,447.
Attorneys Arrests by the Indian Shores Police Department
If you were arrested in the communities of Indian Shores or Redington Shores by an officer with the Indian Shores Police Officer, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Morris Law Firm, P.A.. With offices in St. Petersburg, FL, we represent clients throughout Pinellas County, FL.
With offices in St. Petersburg, FL, we represent clients throughout Pinellas County, FL, including the beach-front communities in and around Indian Shores.
Call us at (727) 388-4736 to discuss any criminal charges including a DUI, felony or misdemeanor.
Contact InformationIndian Shores Police Department 19305 Gulf Boulevard Indian Shores, FL 33785 Phone: (727) 595-4020
This article was last updated on Friday, July 28, 2017.